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were spotted inside the Quicken Loans Arena as LeBron James gave the Lakers 37 points, 5 rebounds and 9 assists.  The Cavs defeated Kobe Bryant and company 93 to 87.  Bryant managed to get 31 points.

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You guys asked and we have taken your request the Cleveland Classic is now bigger and better.   Check out the new Cleveland Classic Concert a triple play of love at 11 pm Monday thru Friday exclusivley on The Quiet Storm with Kym Sellers.  Last night the featured artist was The SOS Band, be sure to listen […]

CLEVELAND — The details are shocking and hard to believe, but authorities say a woman — who was believed to weigh around 300 lbs. at the time — sat on her boyfriend and killed him last summer.

Join me tonight at the Gateway for Ladies Night. We will be collecting donations for Haiti and turning them over to the Red Cross. The Gateway is located at 25700 Aurora Rd in Bedford Heights. It is FREE to get in with a full kithcen. DJ P Funk of the Dynasty DJ’s providing the soundtrack to […]

You know the very popular game that they even have tournaments for Guitar Hero and then the very popular DJ Hero, well now they have,  yep thats right leaving no stone unturned POLE DANCE HERO.  

Port-au-Prince, Haiti (CNN) — The dead lie in piles on street corners, covered by flimsy pieces of cardboard boxes. The living crowd tent cities, as many as 20,000 awaiting food, water and medicine.

Over the past few years the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day festival, which this year takes place all-day today at the Cleveland institution, has become the venue’s largest-attended event

The eldest surviving child of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King prefers to observe the national holiday in honor of his father as opposed to celebrating it.

JOHANNESBURG — Caster Semenya’s lawyers say they are still working with international track officials to settle the future of the 800-meter world champion, contradicting comments made earlier Wednesday by her coach.